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. yes, indeed. stan collander from corebus communications to be here to analyze the job numbers for november when they come outbus communications to be here to analyze the job numbers for november when they come out about an hour and a half from now. alan saint pierre from norml. he is very excited about the pot legalization laws in colorado and washington which have kicked in and taken effect. what does that mean? and jim demint saying i'd rather be anywhere but in the united states senate. >> the first. >> on the this friday, other headlines making news, we know that wraprapper snoop lion t formerly known as snoop smokes a lot of weed. the artist participated about a chat since it became legal in colorado and washington and he admitted to smoking 81 blunts a day. he also said willie nelson is the only person whoever out smoked him in a day and as far as for legalizing and taxing marijuana, he says he is all for it. >> impossible. it's. >> you could not smoke 81 in a day. >> if you were awake for 18 hours out of a 24 hour day -- >> let's be hone
morning i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> the big story is the fog. >> it will burn off and the next couple of hours. it is foggy and chilly. humidity is 100%. a front will come through this afternoon. high temperature of 64 degrees. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> good morning. we have the drizzle as well. a bit of a difficult rushe. . heading for the fort mchenry, 95 in pretty good shape. five minutes to go from the 895 split down to the fort mchenry tunnel. lights have been out on the j.f.x. and the north side of the parkway. things are looking pretty good on the north side and the j.f.x. despite the fog. no problems to report at padonia road. 65 on eastbound 70. a very foggy picture as you travel east and westbound. take your time. 10 minutes to go south on 95 from the beltway south was to 32. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> the search continues for the person who shot an off-duty police officer. >> kim dacey has the big story. >> police say they did get a call sunday morning fo
. >> complete coverage continues with adam may and meteorologist bernadette woods and sports with stan saunders. it's wjz, maryland's news station. ♪ jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the -- ♪ ♪ oh, what fun it is to ride... ♪ get in the holiday spirit with dunkin's peppermint mocha new white chocolate, or gingerbread flavors today. america runs on dunkin'. have you started shopping? just waiting for inspiration to strike. and there it is! done. genius. give the gift of dunkin' coffee. get two pounds for $14.99, only at dunkin' restaurants. america runs on dunkin'. 74 . >>> looks like pea soup out there. foggy again. 50 degrees in central maryland. bernadette woods will have the complete forecast coming up. first why police try to control pro british loyalists. 2,000 rioters gathered in belfast calling for the british flag to return to the roof of city hall. a vote by irish nationalists has removed the flag on all but 17 days. >>> pakistan's president and his daughter make a surprise visit to the uk. they stopped at birmingham's queen elizabeth h
be extended for all americans. the stan stand -- stand off and the debt concerns ryan skenke. he's the guidancing with the cochair of the president's deficit commission alan simpson. the group is working to get young people involved in fixing the debt crisis. >> we're trying to connect with our generation in a different way. we're using humor to hook them in and get them to learn about this issue and understand how it effects their lives. >> they want to sign up more than 2 million people to put pressure on both sides. in washington danielle noting ham wjz eyewitness news. >> former senator allen simple -- simpson said the deal must include new revenue and spending cuts. he called it stupidity to speculate on which party has more to lose. >>> across the pond in london the duchess of cambridge was discharged from the hospital this morning. she is pregnant and was hospitalized because she's been experiencing acute morning sickness. she was smiling this morning. kate is now back home in the palace for some more rest and said she's feeling much better. she said to not be yet 12 weeks
>>and it i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will have more coming up in sports. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will have more coming up in sports. it is another cold start to the anksweek.or joining us for 11 news today. >> we will have more coming up in sports. it is another cold start to the week. >> good morning. welcome back. we will have less win today. --
of revenue the government is expecting to take in. >> if you're listening to us on c-span radio we have stan collender who writes a article on roll call and joshua gordon. what happens next as we reach the january 1 deadline? let me share with you -- jonathan strong of roll call talks about anger in the republican caucus. he says, first of all, -- there is anger directed at conservative law make es. that fractures reaction means boehner is unlick to face significant challenge to his decision as speaker in the near term. the question is who is at the table? does he negotiate from a position of strength when it comes to this next round with the president and senator mcconnell? he is at the table, senator reid, and others. guest: i am not sure that john boehner will be at the table. he said it is now up to the senate, i am going home. it is not taking my ball and going home, but it is doing as much as you can. he is literally looking to his republican colleagues in the senate to work with harry reid to get something acceptable. if he does, that will put significant pressure on house republicans
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. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. it hasn't snowed yet? >> we took our guest for the first snowfall at the season. bwi is the target. mindy and stan say the 24th. i want to thank everybody for posting on facebook. there were over 500 guesses. everybody wanted to participate. there are a lot of the duplicates. we may have to produce 40 life- size john collins cutouts. >> john collins wearing a speedo. >> he will sign them all this afternoon. >> he will slap me around a little bit. >> he has no clue this is going on. >> he will know tomorrow. >> thank you to everybody for participating on facebook. we have mostly clear skies this morning. 20's in the northern suburbs. a cold start a quiet. we expect a high of around 47 degrees. a little bit of rain. >> john is a really good sport. we will check the area roads. a smooth start in terms of delays. we have a few problems in baltimore county appeared there is some fire activity with some closures. up to speed on southbound 83. looking good on the north side of th
morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we have some school delays to report because of the fog. no morning pre-k. i could not tell where that was from that shot. >> it is pretty effect. be careful. it will take a couple of hours. we will get some sunshine to break through. 46 right now at the airport. 64 for the high temperature this afternoon. a cold front is scheduled to move through later today. fog this morning. then some rain fall and sunshine. >> good morning. the fog impacting your morning rush. we have an accident at eastbound 100 near 29. this one is gone at little patuxent parkway. you will need some extra time. eastbound 32, the scene of another crash. northbound traffic at 175 on 295. scene of 100 a, the another accident. we have defective traffic light set at york and northern. 11 minutes on the outer loop northeast side. 12 minutes on the west side outer loop. we will keep you posted on the early morning accident. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> an off-duty police officer was shot trying to break up a crow
. >>> still to come the ravens look to lock up the division. >> what do they need to work on? stan has sports ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> stan is in for mark tonight with the sports report as the ravens get ready to play again. >> as they get ready to not try and go with the blame game on pass nonsuccessors. you know what folks? in the team's 16 year history has there ever been so suspect a 9-5 ravens squad. one that currently shakes off the suffocating quicksand of a losing skid. lest we forget those purple birds got into the playoffs thanks to a steelers loss last sunday but not really earning it outright themselves. for the fourth consecutive week here they go again echoing the same battle cry, one win we're in. head coach john harbaugh says he is responsible for a lot of these on-the-field sputterings as preps intensify for sunday's visit by the on again, off again defending champion new york giants. they are fight to go get in the playoffs. >> ultimately, it's all on me. yeah. sure. i think as a head coach that's your responsibility. so it's my job to get us in the best position to play the bes
. will terrell suggs overcome another major injury? and be able to play against the redskins sunday? >> stan has the answer next. >>> important injury news on the ravens practice today. stan saunder has more on whether or not terrell suggs will be able to play against the washington redskins this weekend. >> ravens are going to need every ounce of effort and energy to contain phenom rookie quarterback robert griffin the third. but today, added more to whether ravens' linebacker terrell suggs will play. last sunday, sizzles recollection as he's affectionately known, tore his right siaccepts muscle. -- right biceps muscle. all of this after missing the first six weeks of the season. slowly but surely, suggs has made his precious -- presence known. but now, it may very well exceed his need to suit up and wreak havoc. he said it is going to be a game-time decision. >> we'll see how it goes. you know, you all pretty much know me. you've been around here for sometime. you know, we kind of live by -- you know, the creed is, you can breathe, then you can play.
to possibly playing against the redskins this weekend? >> stan has the updated answer [ male announcer ] connoisseurs of flavor. experts in aroma. they're the world championship cheese judges. [ air horn blowing ] and while they might seem kind of odd to you -- like this guy -- we just love them. and at the 2012 championship they awarded cracker barrel gold for cheddar for its rich, full flavor. thanks cheese geniuses. cracker barrel. it's cheddar, perfected. >>> will he or won't he? stan is here with the wjz the fan sports report to tell us. >> it's a mystery that grows every day. but you what happen? he is needed. because there's a quarterback down in d.c. going to be hearing his name for a lot of years to come, folks. this weekend in landover. the ravens are going to need every ounce of effort and energy on every defensive play to contain redskins quarterback phenom robert griffin the third. and who could mean more than the reigning defensive lineman of the year, terrell suggs. he tore his right biceps muscle. six weeks after returning to duty foll
had been away in stan stan. >> it was special and i can't explain it the timing was amazing and just being able to come home. >> i was thought daddy here's macy. they ran on to him and done bother. >> gretchen: the red cross arranged the flight. his daughter nine pound three ounces and joining twos and a brother. it is a great way to end the first flock when you see the family coming back together. >> peter: she saw the sandy hook shooter and somehow survived. >> you know, it is a horrible feel just like a nightmare and i couldn't believe and i think it is a bad dream. >> peter: how she made it out alive. >> brian: the search for answers continue . how did an honor roll stune turn into a madman and mass killer . begin. tomato, obviously. haha. there's more than that though, there's a kick to it. wahlalalalallala! smooth, but crisp. it's kind of like drinking a food that's a drink, or a drink that's a food, woooooh! [ male announcer ] taste it and describe the indescribable. could've had a v8. [ coughs ] [ baby crying ] ♪ [ male announcer ] robitussin® liquid formula soothes your t
today at 6:00 a.m. >> could morning, i am mindy basara. >> i am stan stovall. it is new year's eve. >> i am putting in the forecast but it is possible for some form -- for some snow flurries for some people but we have a better chance of rain tomorrow. that is still unlikely. things are a go as far as the forecast for tonight. 30 degrees right now at the airport with light winds. they will be out of the southwest and we have 31 in pasadena and 28 degrees in columbia. the winds will be southwest today 5-10 m.p.h. and increasing clouds with a high of 45 degrees. a little chilly tonight and we will talk about the forecast when we come back. >> the volume continues to be light out there and we anticipate that way until wednesday when schools get back in session. we have some downed wires but it looks like this problem is cleared at holland's ferry. once he gets to 175, traffic continues to run smoothly. we are up to speed on the entire beltway and no problems on 95 down toward the fort mchenry tunnel. it is pretty much the same on 895 at the harbor tunnel. you can see a little bit more volum
today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> it is mild but drizzly. >> we have a slight chance for some rain today. some rain today.
. the first clue came a little before midnight, when stan brock, the founder of remote area medical, opened the gate outside the exhibit hall. the clinic wouldn't open for seven hours, but people in pain didn't want to chance being left out. state guardsmen came in for crowd control. they handed out what would become precious slips of paper. >> number six. >> okay. >> numbered tickets to board what amounted to a medical lifeboat. >> we brought some snacks and blankets with. >> well, i hope you stay warm. it's kind of chilly tonight. >> it was 27 degrees. the young and the old would spend the night in their cars. at 5:00 a.m., we took a walk through the parking lot. >> how long you been out here tonight? >> we got up at 3:00 this morning, and we got here about 4:00. we've been out here for a little while. it's cold >> why'd you come so early? >> 'cause we wanted to be seen. >> marty tankersley came with his wife and his daughter, asleep behind the front seats. >> you drove 200 miles to get here? >> yes, sir. >> and slept in this parking lot for seven or more hours? >> yes, sir. >> just to ha
morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> >> tony pann has a check of today's forecast. >> it is a little better than yesterday. it is not completely clear. upper 40's and low 50's in most spots with a touch of cloud cover. a front is coming through later today. a slight chance for a rain shower. in the mid 50's. >> we have picked up another problem spot at liberty with possible lane closures. this is southbound at the harrisburg expressway. 60 miles per hour. inner loop west side, 11 minutes. six minutes and 95 southbound in howard county. 895, 17 minutes. yet.elays just sai both loops look fine at baltimore national pike. a little bit of haze. could be some fog leftover but nothing that will affect your visibility. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> this will be a difficult morning as students in newtown return to school since friday's shooting massacre. >> we get the latest from danielle leigh in newtown. >> each day, long lines bring thousands of tearful mourners to this little town. they are carrying candles, letters, an
-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. happy friday. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> what is the rain situation? >> it will not be a washout. but the chance is there. >> starting to get a glaze on the roads. >> out in pennsylvania, there is an adviser for that. we take a look at the radar and satellite combination. you can see we have some shower activity moving in. the shower activity is in frederick and moving eastward. we will talk about the forecast and where everything is headed. now we want to take a look at the tracffic. >> this is 95. 60 miles per hour. so far so good as you make your way south out of the white marsh area. it is building in volume down to the split and the fort mchenry. the harrisburg expressway continues to run smoothly down to the beltway. 62 on southbound 795 down to the beltway. 58 as you get on to the west side. this is a look from 29. at the beltway, we're still running smoothly. 64 on southbound 295. the continues down towards 175. no delays and no incidents at this hour. that is the latest o
think, hopefully a better book because it is a narrative. >> and what is the role of stan crystal, of stan mcchrystal, the former commander of troops in afghanistan who later had to leave? >> stan mcchrystal makes a decision to lay the closure of the outpost. the men who come in, colonel randy george and lieutenant colonel brad brown they come in to take control of this area of operations which includes combat outpost keating in may, june, 2009 and they present mcchrystal with scenario what they call in the military realignment, closing down a bunch of camps. >> right. >> they see a bunch of camps that have no strategic or tactical value and want to close them down before anyone gets killed. >> and mcchrystal says no, they delays it. and by the time they make plans to close down the catch it ultimately proves too late. >> rose: does he regret that? >> i did talk to him on background for the book, he did not express regret, he explained his reasons, there are reasons and guy through them in the campaign called the generals competing considerations there were a lot of reasons one of
look like ubezis stan. gas tax hits the poor hard. >> not only the poor people driving cars and also as emac said, all . extra costs deliver trucks and pass on the increased cost to the rest of us. >> it is it a tax on movement of people and stuff. it is it a broad tax and certainly hits people with lower incomes harder because they're spending more of their income on gas. if you asked the question in 2004, you could make a case for gas tax. but our economy is teetering on economy. it is a stealth tax and never goes away and the funds don't go to highways and nothing down to encourage driving . the tax revenue will go somewhere else. >> john, i mentioned in the top of the segment that republicans are apparently okay or considering it. the new republican head of the committee in the house of representatives said he will not put it off of the table. >> if they do this, this is the quick path to being the minority party. hopefully they will wake up to that. at some point washington works for us and not them. why can't they sacrifice and spend less of wour money so we don't have to pay m
person 3 without him, i would not be here at all. my partner and my husband of 38 years, stan. [applause] if i could say one more thing about management. you have to have a vision to know where you want to go. you have to the goals to figure out if you are accomplishing something or not. without good management, that all tends to fall by the wayside. to paraphrase an old song, without good government, it is like sitting in a rocking chair. it keeps you moving, but you go nowhere. with that, i want to thank spur and mfac. it is so important to recognize the people in the city that are so good and so creative and reward them and celebrate that good management. keep moving the city forward, folks. [applause] >> but it is not going to get this award next year. [laughter] technical difficulties. be patient. enjoy that fabulous bar. i just love landscaping. i grew up in a landscaping business. i learned to appreciate the outdoors. coming to rec and park was a natural transition. i started in may of 1998. i came in as a gardener and worked with the turf crew. i manage approximately 7,000 acres
own church with the missionaries. >> reporter: stan jeter, cbn news. >> wendy: you can see more great stories about the work of the church around the globe at our christian world news website. find it at we'll be right back. >> george: and finally on our broadcast this welcome, an iranian christian threatened with compulsion is expressing his great tu gratitude to cbn and its viewers. >> wendy: swedish officials originally rejected his quest request, but our coverage and your response put pressures on the officials. they granted jibari a new hearing. and now he and his pastor ask that we share this video with you. >> i want to say a special thanks for the cbn channel, especially the american people by the cbn channel and the internet. >> we don't think it could have been done without your help. >> wendy: jabari's lawyer is hopeful he will soon be granted permanent residency in sweden. the power of television. >> george: and the power of prayer. we hope you enjoyed the show. >> wendy: until next week, from all of us here, good-bye and god bless you. rved meritoriously in i
: stan bull. >> >> reporter: throughout his career, he was an ambassador for music. in 1988, he played at the rig in gorbachev's summit in moscow. >> all these people that almost hated each other were swinging! >> reporter: in 1994, president clinton awarded him a national medal of the arts. >> i'll never forget the first time when as a high school musician, i discovered that i could actually play the saxophone lead in take five. [ laughter ] >> reporter: in 2009, the kennedy center honored his 6 decades of creation and invention. >> rhythm is an international language. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: dave brubeck spoke it fluently. ,,,, >>> good evening, everyone. today's high, 58 at the airport in concord. but it was the rain that made the big headline. outside right now, the rain is ending in the city by the bay. a little bit of fog developing however. but interesting enough, we had some hefty rainfall totals over the past 24 hours. anywhere from 0.30 of an inch of rain to over 1 full inch in san francisco. these are impressive totals. i tallied it up to see the precipitation
with her and she had a look like i'm so sorry. when she saw him stan back up and he looked okay, she -- she took off and kept going so he filed a hit-and-run report. he is okay. he did finish his shift he was not taken to the hospital. but he was hit by a car. now police want to find this woman. the source pointed out there are several surveillance cameras on this building and the side and up on the roof. he said, there's a good chance that investigators will be looking at video to see if any camera was trained on the intersection, at that moment and if they can identify this woman or get her plate and try to find her. they said she may not have thought it was a hit-and-run, she did look at the officer, she realized what she had done. when he stood back up, she went on. he is okay. they are looking for her. she will be charged with hit-and-run, if they can find her. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> if there is anything on those videos we'll bring that to you. developing news in pleasant hill the contra costa county sheriff's department is investigating a homicide it happened near the intersec
tie-up we hope we all stan together so we can get a price that is -- all stand together so we can get a price that is fair to everybody. when you see somebody doing something like this it does hurt. >> reporter: the san francisco crews have decided not to fish since the price of crab dropped they were getting $3 a upon before thanksgiving now $2.75. the owner of the visit ing -- visiting boat says he has a business to run. >> if you are not from town and fish you are a no good sob. >> reporter: he pulled in crab worth $100,000. he's getting $3.25, all going to canada. the san francisco guys are not sure how this will impact negotiations. >> it is not good, it does hurt to see a few select guys fishing and everybody else is tied up. >> we have [ inaudible ] every year it is a big fight. >> reporter: while negotiations continue, locally, no crab here. i checked with the restaurant here on the wharf, no crab. local stores don't have it either. they all think they will have it by monday because the season is scheduled to be opening in northern washington this weekend. on the 15th along th
of crab came in on a boat visiting from oregon. >> when we tie-up we hope we all stan together so we can get a price that is -- all stand together so we can get a price that is fair to everybody. when you see somebody doing something like this it does hurt. >> reporter: the san francisco crews have decided not to fish since the price of crab dropped they were getting $3 a upon before thanksgiving now $2.75. the owner of the visit ing -- visiting boat says he has a business to run. >> if you are not from town and fish you are a no good sob. >> reporter: he pulled in crab worth $100,000. he's getting $3.25, all going to canada. the san francisco guys are not sure how this will impact negotiations. >> it is not good, it does hurt to see a few select guys fishing and everybody else is tied up. >> we have [ inaudible ] every year it is a big fight. >> reporter: while negotiations continue, locally, no crab here. i checked with the restaurant here on the wharf, no crab. local stores don't have it either. they all think they will have it by monday because the season is scheduled to be opening i
they can't breathe. the best way to enjoy these is saute them. put them with polenta or risotto, stan fantastic! shy tocky mushrooms -- shiitake mushrooms! enjoy them. chow! ,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong, i don't wanna be right ♪ [ abrupt record scratch, music stops ] what!? it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, 100% whole grain oats... and that sweet honey taste. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. [ female announcer ] find your favorite and fall in love with the great taste of cheerios. . >>> welcome back. we have special guest in the studio here today. every year this time of year we have a special food drive to help needy families. we have gary mcadam here, principal of concord high school and several students, as well as the food bank here from contra costa and solano counties. they are all wearing these t- shirts that say scare away hunger. tell us about it. >> on halloween concord high school had a hundred student that is got together to raise $17,000 for the food bank. >
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. >> that's next in sp,,,,,,,,,, . >>> sfan is here with -- stan is here with the sports report. >> too young to report dione warwick and hoping and wishing and praying. can you say that about the ravens? you're with me. hello, folks. basically defined is the expectation or the desire for something to happen. as for now, the offense just ain't happening. their cup runeth over for fading hope. in other words, many are hoping that baltimore doesn't below a fourth straight chance in as many weeks to captain tour an nfc north division championship. i'm not trying to be a pessimist but are all the current team woes worth dwelling on. >> it depends where you want to dwell, what you want to dwell on. you can dwell on those things that aren't so hopeful, or you can choose to dwell in hope and that's what we do. you can't do it any or play when you have to line up and play against another team that is heading for the playoffs. >> giants favored by 2.5. four interceptions and one fumble, jets quarterback mark sanchez now on the bench. he's been benched in favor of greg mcelroy. college hoops, kan
basketball. stan is here with our wjz the fan sports report. >> the team has been winning handily, and then the coach decides to shuffle the startings lineup, and it works. the men's hoopsters got their 7th straight win this weekend, breezing through winless maryland eastern shore. the team picked to finish 12th in the meac. no fear, tyrese jones hit 18 of his team's first 38 points. conversely, leading the charge of the terps, logan aaronhalt, 13 of his 18 from beyond the arc. maryland hit hits 66% field goal accuracy tonight. terps, 168. they dumped the clock on them tonight. kai jackson's alma mater also in the meac. >>> to college football, will he or won't he play? terrel suggs suffered a partially torn by accepts muscle. he says he will try to get on the field and slow that 6-6 redskins meteoric flow. they've won 3 straight and are 3-3 at home. >> what i'm most concerned is will i help or hinder the team by playing? i don't want to not be able to make a play because i'm unhealthy and don't have a full biceps. >> ray lewis practiced for
but think about a kissing had with stan, where stan came up after the loss last year and he said we can play with anybody, even without andrew. andrew was such a big part of what we did a, but we had so many players come back, used to winning and doing the things it takes to win games. >> the guy not taking enough credit is you. >> i appreciate it. it's all about surrounding yourself with great people. you got a chance. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> a little bromance. stanford had their ticket punched for the role rose bowl and will face wisconsin, who beat nebraska today. it was a game early on. check out nebraska quarterback taylor martinez. avoiding the sack. still looking downfield to throw and it then says, i'm just going to take it up the gut. then going to turn on the jets. 76-yard touchdown run. cornhuskers trailed 14-7 but the badgers pull away. hospital at -- monte ball, 80th 80th t.d. wisconsin wins 70-31, face stanford in the rose bowl january 1st. what a game this will be. >> your golden state warrior hosting the pacers in indiana. it was a total team effort and when ever
's the post game coverage. sports director mark viviano, wally williams, and stan, mary, marty bas will -- bass will bring you analysis. >> it's going to be mild sunday in d.c. mid- to upper 50s. maybe a shower in the afternoon. but the game will go on. >> i bet it will. >>> okay. let's take a look at temps and conditions around the region. feels more like baseball weather actually. 35 degrees now. it is cold out, with no wind. dew point is down to 23 degrees. and barometer is on the way back up now. come back and take a look at friday and a warmer weekend after this. >>> and welcome back, everyone. a chilly night here in mount vernon. but a very exciting one, too, as the lighting of the washington monument gets under way in just a short time. speaking of washington, the president lit the national tree tonight. along with michelle obama, first lady. and his two daughters, sasha and malia. everyone getting into the holday spirit. we'll have much more, live in mount vernon, coming up in just a little bit. but as i mentioned, it's chilly out h
. now there is some clarity. war and that is coming up in a few minutes. we'll be joined by stan colander and joshua gordon. we want to take a look at some other programs on radio. -- c-span radio. >> good morning. and today's network tv talk shows, the discussion continues on the shooting in newtown, connecticut. also gun control and the nra, negotiations on the so-called up fiscal cliff, and the state department's report on benghazi. all five programs we err on c- span radio beginning at noon eastern. david gregory will come and our rate ceo, chuck schumer of new york, lindsey gramm of south carolina, and utah congressman jason shave it. at 1:00 p.m., guests include former dea administrator, sarah brady of the gritty center, -- brady center. then host chris wallace sits down with john grasso. he is german of the senate -- chairman of the senate republican committee. cnn's state of the union follows at 3:00 p.m.. candy crowley welcomes south carolina republican representative nick mulvaney, ohio republican congressman steve latourette, and independent senator, joe lie
. as we have done for the past several sundays, we will come joshua gordon and stan collender. thank you for coming back. stan, as we stand on the edge of the fiscal cliff, is there any chance we do not go over? guest: is pretty small. we are relying on a set that has been dysfunctional to come up with a disagreement to avoid a filibuster. then we are relying on house that could not take the lead and somehow we were expecting them to follow. it is important to state that while the official deadline is the 31st, the truth is that congress can continue to work until it goes out of business. we've got about three days to get this together. host: joshua gordon, are we going over the cliff? what does it mean if we do? guest: even able to reach a deal, we are going of the cliff. the contours of the deal they're talking about, it will still be a lot left for future decision making. given if they are able to extend tax cut for the middle class and they do not do much of anything else, we have still got off over the cliff. we have sequestration, haphazard dealmaking that is not touching the issue
, supervisors. my name is stan [speaker not understood]. i'm a long-time resident of pacifica. i'd like to urge you to bring the comment section to a close preferably by next week so we can get along with finishing with the plan. i ask you to please vote to the resolution to remove sharp park golf course from the plan. it is a sticking point to the approval of a natural areas plan. it will allow these two separate projects to be considered on their own merits and by both the public and the policy makers. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. i'm margaret godell. a long-time resident of pacifica. [speaker not understood]. i wonder when the citizens of san francisco voted to institute the national areas significant resources if they actually considered that a golf course would be considered one of those natural areas. it seems to me that a golf course, certainly this one, is no longer a natural area. [speaker not understood] has been drained, it's been turned into a ditch in order to avoid winter flooding on the greens. the golf course is an unnatural area. the g
room pointed out the suffocating temperature of the furnace room, with engineer stan in a narrow space between two rows of furnaces, which by effect the fires of. he shoveled coal for four hours a stretch and i'm varying temperatures of 140 degrees fahrenheit. steamer, fireman do not live on average over five years. sawyer survived twice that long because he was a fireman in a recent to the word. extinguish fires and stoked fires to theory. he knew furnaces in every aspect of combustion intimately. the stronger the drought, the thicker the fire should be explained. his face lighting up in the clouds of steam the warmest topic. the fire thicknesses kept even in no hollow places are thought to form under, the furnace temperature gradually increases until a certain breath of feel reaches a state of white incandescents. you could tell temperature principles color within a few degrees. tall red tent 1290 degrees fahrenheit. cherry red indicated 1470 degrees. orangemen to temperature exceeded 2000 degrees benway signaled the lease of 2370 degrees. as the night that the temperature was claimi
stan scandal after -- scandal after oakland failed to complete man dear reform. >> they will be giving escorts to the bart station and bart in san francisco is adding extra patrols to the stations downtown. >>> let's go to sal to check on the morning commute, sal? >>> we have a busy commute and we are getting to the peak hour sometime between 6:30 and 7:30 when everybody seems to get on the road. we had some busy traffic coming in from berkeley and vallejo. i keep looking with chp and we had some slow traffic and with the toll plaza, everybody wants to know what that looks like and it is 20 minutes before you make it on to the bridge yourself. and in livermore valley, it is getting much busier and it gets better by the time you reach dublin. 880 slowing after 238 and it does get better but still not along backup but it is coming and if it is a difficult -- typical morning, 647 let's go to steve. and it is all the way to the santa cruz mountains and it's a cold one out there. poke valley 29 degrees. yesterday we had active weather and more of the same is likely tomorrow, tomorrow breezy
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